Covid-19: U.S. no longer the go-to superpower in a crisis?

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World Politics Review’s editor-in-chief Judah Grunstein on the repercussions of Donald Trump turning his guns on the World Health Organization just when what’s needed is a boost for the very institutions that facilitate collective global response.
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